The two-day audit is the first step to becoming a fully accredited member of the UEBT, highlighting Sederma’s commitment to ethically sourcing ingredients from biodiversity. Already, Sederma’s portfolio is made up of two-thirds natural origin products, with one third obtained through eco-designed processes, including white and blue biotechnology, supercritical CO2 extraction and plant cell culture.
This latest success by Sederma is just part of Croda’s 2030 Sustainability Commitment, where earlier this year, the company announced its ambition to become the most sustainable supplier of innovative ingredients, committing to become Climate, Land and People Positive by 2030.
Arnaud Fournial, Sederma Managing Director said: “We are delighted that the first stage in gaining accreditation to become a member of the UEBT has been so successful. This work reinforces our ambition to be an essential supplier of responsible cosmetic solutions and ingredients. By continuing to develop sourcing with local partners in plant collection areas, respecting traditional know-how, improving the living conditions of local populations and mastering traceability of raw materials of natural origin, we will continue to put sustainability at the heart of Sederma’s development strategy.”
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